The Riding Camp Riddle

In the second installment of the Sidney Sinclair adventure series, Sidney and her friends head off to riding camp. At Camp Sycamore Streams, Sidney meets new friends, deals with new riding challenges, and is faced with another mystery. On the first day of camp, Sidney spots a mysterious rider in the woods. Could it be the ghost of William Kitt, the bank robber who supposedly hid his stolen treasure somewhere at Sycamore Streams? Sidney and her friends are determined to find out, even if it means missing out on a few camp activities. The campers team up with their camp counselor, Kelsey, and an old, grizzled riding instructor named Johnny to find Kitt’s hidden treasure, solving riddles and finding adventure along the way.
For ages 8 and up.

About the Author:

Kathryn B. Butler grew up in a small town in Tennessee. Kathryn began horseback riding at the age of seven and began writing at about the same time. Horses have influenced her writing from a young age and are often featured in her stories. Kathryn has a degree in journalism, but prefers writing fiction to non-fiction.

She loves to hear from young readers, so don’t hesitate to contact her. You can also visit for information on Kathryn and her other books.

Other books in the series:

Price McNaughton was born and raised in a small town in Tennessee. A childhood steeped in the stories and legends of her ancestors as well as the southern way of life led her to carry on the tradition and become a storyteller herself. After years of traveling and working at a variety of jobs, she has finally returned to her roots and devoted herself to writing and reviewing books. A Vision of Murder is her first book.